The process of overall development is based on a holistic approach and adequate health care. For the last four decades, MANAVLOK has conducted different activities- free health awareness camps through mobile clinics; awareness, and training at the village level on sanitation programs; nanny training for doorstep service; nutrition programs for children and women; diagnostics camps/acupuncture; gynaecology camps; preventive treatment of night blindness; conducting cataract operations and spectacles distribution; cancer detection camps; orthopedic camps and operations; tubo-plasty operations; treatment for DOT; psychiatric and physiotherapy treatment; providing support for heart surgery; ambulance support for critical patients; distribution of hearing aids/ear machines; pathology lab service; support to handicapped and senior citizens; paraplegic center; primary health care system and many more.
Directly observed treatment or DOT is the name given to the tuberculosis (TB) control strategy recommended by the World Health Organization. According to WHO
MANAVLOK has been selected for Beed District as a Nodal NGO and block-level organization of Ambajogai block for CBMP. This activity is being implemented in 50+ villages in the Beed district. Under this project, we organize several meetings, workshops, training, and awareness for different categories. District Monitoring and Planning Committee was formed and different problems regarding health services were put before higher authorities of Ambajogai and Beed District.
Clear social vision and commitment to help the disabled regain mobility and dignity by fitting high-quality, durable artificial limbs and other aids and appliances — all free of charge.
Since the beginning, MANAVLOK is organizing capacity-building workshops/awareness programs for TB, Aids, Polio, Anemia, Cancer, etc. The health education program is being implemented for teenage girls in urban and rural areas of Ambajogai taluka.
MANAVLOK has installed two hemodialysis and one-colour Doppler sonography machines at SwamiRamanand Tirth Rural Govt. Medical College and Hospital Ambajogai.
Due to Covid-19, the nonemergency medical cases were severely disrupted. The avoidance of nonurgent and routine medical care cases has caused a sharp increase in the number of cataract patients.